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Tag Archives: Sports
I’ve often thought of ESPN Wide World of Sports complex as Walt Disney World’s unheralded fifth gate. Many guests spend at least part of their Orlando vacation there either participating in or watching a sport. We also know that EPSN … Continue reading
Get ready to kickoff the new season of NFL Football with the ESPN Fantasy Football Convention being held for the first time at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the amazing Walt Disney World resort. It’s a hard ticket … Continue reading
There’s so much awesome in this video encouraging people to join the Disney Fit Challenge, the new cross-fit oriented games at ESPN WWOS, I just had to share: More details in the original March announcement.
John Hamm stars in “Million Dollar Arm,” the latest Disney feel-good sports genre movie. It delivers everything that you would expect from such a film and a few extras. It is based on a true story, which always adds a … Continue reading